Pacific Coastline Self Drive
Duration: 15 days / 14 nights.
Locations: Liberia, Tamarindo, Carrillo, Nicoya Peninsula, Manuel Antonio, Corvovado, San José.
Prices per person base in double occupancy starting at:
- Affordable from US$2,235.00 per person
- Deluxe from US$3,600.00 per person
- Upscale from US$7,250.00 per person
- For this package, the best option will be if you flight into Daniel Oduber Quiros International Airport (LIR) and depart from Juan Santamaria International Airport (SJO).
- Rental car with Full Coverage from Arrival until departure.
- Affordable range uses 2 to 3 stars hotels and lodges, Deluxe 3 to 4 stars and Luxury uses the best accommodations at each destination.
This Trip Includes:
- 2 weeks of car rental with unlimited mileage and full coverage.
- 3 nights at Tamarindo beach with breakfast included.
- Sunset Catamaran tour.
- 2 nights at Samara beach area with breakfast included.
- 2 nights at Nicoya Peninsula without meals.
- 3 nights at Manuel Antonio beach with breakfast included.
- Manuel Antonio National Park tour.
- Naranjo River Rafting tour.
- 3 nights Osa Peninsula with full American plan included.
- Rappelling on waterfalls tour.
- Corcovado National Park hiking tour.
- 1 night at San Jose City with breakfast included.
- Sale Taxes.
DAY BY DAY
After your arrival at Daniel Oduber Quiros International Airport (Liberia), a car rental staff member will escort you to the office and you will receive your SUV to begin your adventure. Depart for the coat. Upon arrival check in at your hotel.
Begin with a Catamaran tour with snorkeling and kayak on the warm waters of the Pacific coast.
You will have a full day at your leisure, enjoy the beach, explore the area on your own or take any additional tour an additional cost.
Hora de conducir a su siguiente destino cerca de Playa Samara. Disfrute de un viaje a través de pequeños pueblos rurales, puede parar a almorzar en uno de los pueblos más tradicionales como Santa Cruz o Nicoya. A la llegada, regístrese en su hotel.
Day at your leisure. Enjoy the hotel facilities, the beach, or any additional activity an additional cost.
Today you have 2 options, drive along the coast line passing Punta Islita, Coyote and many other small towns with a bumpy dirt road with amazing landscapes (not recommend during rainy season) or the other option will be bordering the Peninsula to the Gulf side and then drive around the end of the Peninsula. Upon arrival check in at your hotel.
Full day to explore the peninsula, enjoy the beach or take a nice tour like a horseback riding on the beach at sunset.
Today continue your drive South. You need to coordinate your departure with the ferry schedule. The drive will take you around 1 hour, take the ferry to Puntarenas (ferry fee not included, around US$25) once at Puntarenas continue south to Manuel Antonio in the Central Pacific coast. Upon arrival check in at your hotel.
Enjoy half day hiking tour in the Manuel Antonio National park one of the best places to see a least 3 of the 4 species of monkeys that we have in Costa Rica.
Prepare yourself for more adventure activities, we will take you to do rafting at the Naranjo River.
After breakfast depart for the South Pacific coast, an early departure to make stops at different beaches on the way like Dominical, Bahia Ballena and playa Ventanas. Upon arrival to Osa check in at your hotel.
A day of adventure, we will take you for a rappelling tour. Afternoon at your leisure.
Today drive to Carate and meet your guide, they will take you for a hike in the Corcovado National park one of the most biodiverse places in the planet.
Drive back North and into the Central valley to San Jose capital city. Upon arrival check in your hotel.
Depending on your international flight departure time, drive to Juan Santamaria International Airport, San José, return your car and check in for your flight back home.
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